A dream I dreamed not long ago
Of water’s edge at twilight’s glow;
Of sound of waves and touch of breeze,
It was a lovely dream I dreamed.
And in my dream you too were there
Close by my side in night, sea air;
Hand held in hand we lingered here,
To watch the moon rise from the pier.
- We went through the garage, made note of all the stationary and movable areas of storage we had available.
- Next we wrote out a list of 7 categories of things in the garage that needed organizing (it really should have been 9 or so)
- After that determined the best storage area for each of the categories.
Up until this point everything seemed golden…Planning it out would save us TONS of time…that’s not how it worked out.
4. We emptied 2/3 of the garage of…EVERYTHING, sorting into categorical piles as we went.
5. Swept out all the dust, dirt, mousey gifts, and started trashing loads of old garbage..satisfying to be sure.
6. Started organizing stuff back into newly assigned area.
- Mice have powers of invisibility. I didn’t even know we had mice, and their poop was EVERYWHERE! They are clearly invisible.
- Spiders love social events. Seriously, spiders ranging from its bits, to an inch and a half across all reside in the jungle that was my garage. It was like a family reunion including the long lost cousins you didn’t know about.
- Mosquitos are vampires. I made it through the whole day without a bite and then got eaten alive once the sun went down. Coincidence? Not likely.
- Friends are for doing life with! A lot of times people think that we have friends for the extremes. For the road trips, nights out, sleep overs, girl talk, break ups, stress eating, and angry rants. Good friends are there for all of those things, sure, but they are also there to be part of your day to day. The doing homework, grocery shopping, and cleaning out/organizing an eyesore of a garage. We should stick together during those times, because those times build strong friendships.
Carry me home,
But not to a house;
Not to a building.
To a home without walls
Where freedom is breath,
Where love is water,
Adventure our sustenance.
Let me dwell in life itself.
Show me this home
It shall be mine,
Pray thee stay with me,
and so make it thine.